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    2006 speedster 430 Hp I am building my own trim

    Has anyone ever tried to put old style trim on a speedster 200


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    No, but it needs it BADLY!!!!!

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    can anyone help me with the wiring diagram of the intake grate motor on a 06 speedster 200 i need to rewire it on a 3 position switchso that i am in control of the up and down. i am going to use it to control my new trim that i am installing something seadoo should pay me for since there engineers are not smart enough to have done it for me. who builds a boat in the last 40 years that cost 50,000 dollars that dont have TRIM. there should be a recall since every speedster ever built has a porpusing problem does everybody agree sorry i just had to get that out.
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    i worked on my trim nozzles today everything is going great my next step is doing some milling to the reverse bracket to accommodate the trim nozzle I think this is going to be the best modification that has ever been installed to a speedster 200.being able to divert the nozzle down instead of trim tabs is going to be less water thrust in your skiers face.
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    if this trim works out i will have to built a kit and get jerry to sell it lol

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    The intake grate motor is a VTS motor..

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    Do you know the wiring

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    Thanks for the diagram but I can not see it. It is blurred when I zoom it in can you please please take another picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstcdoit View Post
    Thanks for the diagram but I can not see it. It is blurred when I zoom it in can you please please take another picture

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